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ExRobotics needed an easy way to quantify Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in hazardous environments. Ion Science provided a solution with their Falco PID detector mounted on an ExRobotics robot. This provided a quick, efficient and accurate solution to gas detection in hazardous environments.
Toxic chemical compounds, mainly gases, cause the death of a worker every 30 seconds. As such, site-wide and personal gas detection is of great importance. Ion Science offers personal gas detectors that allow for quick and effective toxic gas exposure detection.
Perimeter (or fenceline) chemical sensing is the monitoring of ambient concentrations of chemicals on the property line of a site. This is important as it can inform a site whether or not their containment procedures are effective and help the nearby properties and people take care of their health.
As legislation and regulations continue to change, it's exceedingly important to maintain standards with gas detectors. Knowing which detectors to use and when is very useful to a business. Ion Science offers a range of detectors along with a useful guide in order to help you make a decision.
Hydrogen Sulphide exposure commonly occurs in oil & gas drilling, wastewater treatment, and utility plants. Able to cause death in large exposure and various respiratory conditions in lower concentrations, it is critically important to monitor the levels of the chemical compound.
Benzene is a critically important chemical. However, it is also hazardous to humans. As such, environmental and industrial monitoring of the compound is deeply necessary. Associated with a range of health conditions, quick and accurate sensing of benzene is required by regulatory bodies.
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are becoming increasingly important as air quality continues to be a topic of discussion. Due to their harmful effects on humans, there is extensive work going on into their detection, monitoring and mitigation.
Volatile Organic Compound (VOCs) levels are regulated by various regulatory bodies. Due to their harmful nature, it is becoming increasingly important to monitor and sense their ambient levels, especially indoors where ventilation may not be as effective.
Low air quality is estimated to result in 7 million deaths annually. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are essential to life, but as human pollution is increasing their levels beyond what is natural, harmful health effects are beginning to show.
Handheld photoionisation detectors help Texas-based emergency spill response specialist ensure the safety of first responders.